@s-molinari said in Quasar + Vagrant: And now that WSL2 is out, there are no reasons left to stick with Vagrant on Windows 10. oh, good days of Vagrant, I remember running 38 vms with three separate networks, dmz, bunch of software server clusters (db, web, app, queue, mail, search etc.). And all of that on a single developer machine. It felt like a magic Till the deployment, which was hell mixed with nightmare. Now everything is just simpler, and with Quasar clean architecture most of those ancient tasks are non-existent. Build, deploy, sync configuration, voila.